Steibelt, Daniel (1764-1823)
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Grande Sonate pour le piano-forté op.45 Eb-Dur

im Klang eines Schantz Pianoforte

(zur Paralellinterpretation im Klang eines modernen Bechstein)

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0 # Professor, Department of MusicKathleen Solose 2018-07-30 18:54
great to hear this literature, even if it is somewhat wooden.
I’m curious about the techniques you are using.
I imagine you are translating scores directly to the sampled registers, and then tweaking the timing (in the case of the Adagio] in some places. In this age of difficulty to find venues and funding for live performance, it is a useful service that you are doing! Very interesting project.

Answer.S.F.: Following the idea of the historic informed performance this recordings uses a digital reconstruction of a Schantz pianoforte from the time in which this music was composed. You can also listen another recording of the piece in the sound of a modern Bechstein-Grandpiano on this site.

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